Under direction of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director develops and advances the mission of the National Safe Boating Council, Inc. (NSBC), a national non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to recreational boating safety. Duties include oversight of all matters including membership recruitment and management, budgeting and fiscal oversight, strategic planning and program implementation, staff hiring and supervision, grant application/compliance and building future organization capacity.
The NSBC’s mission is to be the foremost coalition to advance and promote a safer recreational boating experience through education, outreach, and training.
The NSBC works in conjunction with the United States Coast Guard and other national partners to provide the public a “safe, secure, and enjoyable recreational experience” and minimize loss of life, injury and property damage while protecting the environment and assisting in national security efforts.
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Training and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree supplemented by a minimum of five years’ business and personnel management experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience as a CEO or Senior Staff member preferred, but not required.
1. The principles and practices of public administration as applied to the administration of diversified programs especially in the area of recreational boating.
2. Federal and state agencies, including program development, management, regulations and funding.
3. Federal and state laws and administrative regulations relating to the administration and management of applicable programs utilizing Federal and state funds.
4. Work hazards and applicable safety precautions associated with equipment, vehicles, and procedures; ability to ensure compliance with safety standards.
5. Financial management systems, including accounts payable and receivable, purchasing, reporting and audit compliance.
6. The Strategic Plan of the National Recreational Boating Safety Program.
7. Recreational boating safety topics, issues, trends and the NSBC mission.
8. Contemporary marketing and communications practices.
Additional Salary Information: $65,000 per year, negotiable. Future increases based on performance and ability to improve National Safe Boating Council revenues.
At the National Safe Boating Council, our mission is to be the foremost coalition to advance and promote a safer recreational boating experience through education, outreach and training. We accomplish this by:
• Conducting a series of on-going national campaigns to promote safe boating.
• Providing opportunities to work directly with national and international leaders in boating education.
• ...Improving the professional development of boating safety educators.
• Distributing safe boating information.
• Developing and recognizing outstanding boating safety programs.
• Supporting research initiatives that strengthen boating education and safety awareness.
The NSBC was organized in September 1958 under the name National Safe Boating Committee. The NSBC presently has a membership of over 350 U.S. and Canadian organizations, all with an interest in boating safety and education. The NSBC membership is diverse, with approximately 65% of the membership being nonprofit organizations and 35% being for-profit organizations.
To learn more about NSBC membership, please visit www.safeboatingcouncil.org.